The House and Senate Budget Plans: What are the Facts?

With both the House of Representatives and the Senate intending to vote on government budgets in the upcoming weeks, Americans are naturally curious to see if their fearless leaders are going to take strides to rein in mind-boggling government spending or if the era of big government and trillion dollar deficits is here to stay. […]

What Obamacare Really Means for Young People (Hint: It’s Not Good News)

“Already, the Affordable Care Act is helping to slow the growth of health care costs,” President Barack Obama boasted in his State of the Union address. “…That line will be a real howler next year, especially for the young people who so enthusiastically supported him,” opines veteran health care analyst Grace Marie Turner, president of […]

Aftermath of Affordable Care Act Passage

Constitutionality Of The Decision The controversial healthcare legislation initiated by President Obama passed Thursday June 28, 2012, the Supreme Court justifies their decision as it being another tax.  The Constitution allows Congress the power to tax in Article 1- Section 8 of the Constitution it does not specify for what purposes. As a result, all […]

Supreme Court Makes Ruling on Affordable Care Act

Today in a 5-4 vote the Supreme court has held up the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. The main point of debate was over the mandate that everyone buy health insurance or face high penalties. The government can do this because it is essentially another tax. Most people already have health insurance. So this […]

What is ObamaCare?

ObamaCare, the name used by critics of President Obama’s efforts to reform health care, is a common term used to describe Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. On Thursday June 28, 2012, the Supreme Court upheld President Obama’s signature health care law’s individual insurance mandate in a 5-4 decision. With the 2012 Presidential […]